Advanced volleyball setting drills can help you improve ball control. A successful and effective setter delivers quality touches. Volleyball setting drills can help players develop the habit of creating a clean set. A clean set increases your hitter’s chances of scoring. One advanced level setting drill you can do at home focuses on practicing a no-spin set. This requires a second player. One will be the tosser who is standing up.
The best advanced passing drills in volleyball are as follows: Vollice warmup Two-Way Pepper Butterfly Drill Serve Receive Repetitions Corner Pits Touch Ten 3-2-1-0 Passing Attack vs Defense
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5 Volleyball Setting Drills to Develop Strong and Accurate Sets 1. Setting the Fan. The setter will set balls coming from different angles in the back row after squaring to the target. 2. Catch it in the Cone. The setter attempts to catch a tennis ball in a small cone above her or his forehead. ...
Volleyball Drills Advanced Warm Up - Over the Net. Instead of doing a tradional two man ball peppering off the net, players should move to perform this warm up over the net and hitting the ball over the net. Three Man Pass, Set, Spike, Dig. The players should form three-man groups in the both sides of the net.
1 step off the net. 3 steps off the net. 1 step behind the target zone. 3 steps behind target zone/ off the net. F. Triangle setting series. Have your players stand at the net with a target in the attacking zone and toss them a ball with the focus strictly on the left to right finish toward the target.
Set to Box - Volleyball Setting Drills. The purpose of this drill is to work on the proficiency of setting. This drill involves a player standing on a box or chair in the area the set is suppose to be set to. The player on the box should have their hands held up to the height that an attacker would be attacking.
Foot speed, agility, and stance are key components in any volleyball situation. The time spent in these individual drills, especially maintaining stance, will help to build endurance as well as quickness. This is one of the best volleyball drills for that. b.
Age/Skill Level: This is a drill for intermediate to advanced players. Requirements: Two players, one ball. Execution: As the video below shows (may take time to load), this is a setting based drill. Two players begin about 2 meters apart. The first partner sets the ball to the other player, runs up and touches them, then retreats back to their position.